The Nashville Music Attraction Discount Pass is your ticket to the music history of Nashville. Get entry into 4 popular attractions in Nashville including The Country Music Hall of Fame.
- Nashville music attraction discount pass
- Entry into 4 popular attractions in Nashville
- At the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum embark on a trip through decades of country music history
- Historic RCA Studio B once the recording house for Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins and the Everly Brothers
- Explore Ryman Auditorium, home to the Grand Ole Opry for more than 30 years
- Wildhorse Saloon is a 66,000 square foot mecca of country music, dining and dance
The Country Music Hall of Fame
When you step into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum you will be embarking on a trip through decades of country music history! The architecturally stunning building stretches over a block of Nashville and features exhibits sure to thrill any fan of the genre. A towering wall of honor features gold and silver platinum records as well as exhibits dedicated to the trail-blazers and legends of country music who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Historic RCA Studio B
Once the recording house of popular music titans such as Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins and the Everly Brothers, the studio's interior has been restored to it's original 1957 appearance. Hit makers in Studio B have included Bobby Bare, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and Floyd Cramer among others.
Explore the coveted halls of the Ryman Auditorium, home to the Grand Ole Opry for more than 30 years, when you enjoy a self-guided tour of the famous venue. Begin by sitting in the original pews and viewing a short film narrated by Trisha Yearwood. "If These Walls Could Talk" will take you from the beginning of the Ryman's history, through to today. After the film, head to the legendary stage and stand beneath the lights to have your photo taken "singing" in front of the Grand Ole Opry audience.
Wildhorse Saloon is a 66,000 square foot mecca of country music, dining and dance. Kick up your heels as the music alternates between live performances and the latest tunes spun by the DJ. Free dance lessons are offered hourly so there's no excuse for not getting out on the floor and kicking up your heels to the newest dance craze.
Reviewed by Joseph l S, July 2012
Excellent guide! She really seemed to love her job and it showed! Gave us lots of information about Nashville and the history of the country music industry!
Reviewed by Tony A, May 2012
worth ordering the discount pass with Viator, enjoyed the tours. A great place for country music, Nashville Music City.